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Old 10-14-2016, 06:09 PM   #11
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That is a picture of the back of the fridge. Find the smaller panel with a distinct exhaust port for the furnace and snap another picture with its panel removed.
P.S. Ours requires a large flat blade screwdriver or possibly a quarter to remove the panel.
Seriously, you guys have to be some of the nicest guys on the net. I'm a moderator on a motorcycle forum with about 4,000 users. If some guy made a mistake this big they'd be murdered.

Thank you all. I'll see what I can find under the fridge tonight or in the morning. We bought a small Quartz heater at Walmart today and it's dinner time so I've got zero desire to keep playing with this.
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Old 10-14-2016, 06:32 PM   #12
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Here are some photos of what you should be looking for in relation to possible locations inside your RV.

The first two should be close to what you are have. The third is another possibility of what the inside cover may look like.
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Old 10-14-2016, 08:47 PM   #13
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First time using the heater in our 2015 Octane 222.

I switch the thermostat to hear, the fan to auto and the temp to 90. The fan kicks on and runs about 30 seconds then shuts off. The pilot seems to be lit judging by the burn on my fingers it gave me at 3 am last night.

Any ideas what's going on?
We had same problem last year and it was low gas pressure. After a chilly night I changed over to other tank and that fixed the problem. It was driving me crazy because I could hear the furnace kick in and then shut right back off.
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Had to replace the Sail Switch AKA Butterfly Switch on our 2014 338 RLTS.
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Old 11-21-2016, 08:03 PM   #15
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Is your propane regulator working okay? Low pressure will work your stove, outside bbq, etc but isn't enough to fire the furnace. If your tank is getting low & your regulator is not working properly then the combination won't give enough pressure to light your furnace.
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